The 2003 Charlotte di Vita Collections™


The Rosina Wachtmeister Collection
Rosina Wachtmeister is a world-renowned artist and her vibrant images and powerful colours are very popular with international collectors. Rosina herself was born in Vienna, studied art, sculpture and design in Brazil and now lives in Italy. Her work has been exhibited in Brazil, Italy, Switzerland, France and Germany. This is the first time that her art has been interpreted in enamel.

The Famous Paintings Collection
This is a wonderfully executed collection of teapots inspired by the masterpieces of Van Gogh, Gauguin, Klimt, Toulouse Lautrec, Cezanne, Modigliani and Monet. NEW designs inspired by Cezanne, Degas, Monet, Renoir and Klimt are also now available in this very popular collection. There are now 60 designs in this Collection.

The Clare Maddicott and Linda Edwards Collection
This collection of enamel miniature teapots features the colourful and witty animal designs of Clare Maddicott and Linda Edwards two of England's most popular illustrators. "Clare and Linda have both very kindly donated their original artwork to help raise funds to assist children of disadvantaged communities. We are very grateful for their overwhelming generosity, " commented Charlotte.

The Collection includes a total of 78 teapots featuring the endearing brightly coloured designs that have made their greeting cards so popular cats and elephants, owls and chickens, frogs and fish, and butterflies and flowers make up the collection. There are even special occasion birthday and new baby gifts are also available.

The Historical Collection
This collection is inspired by The Connoisseur's Guide to Christie's Collectible Teapots and is for collectors with an appreciation of history. In recognition of the Anglo-Sino nature of our enamel programme, this Collection includes miniature reproductions of Chinese teapots found in the Royal Household of The Forbidden City in Beijing. As befitted a drink that was made from precious leaves, then drunk in tiny bowls, teapots tended to be smaller than those used today.

The Beatrix Potter Collection
This collection re-creates 12 of the original charming illustrations from The Tale of Peter Rabbit on six beautiful collectable tea pots. (www.peterrabbit.com)

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The Rosina Wachtmeister Cat Collection


The Famous Paintings Collection


The Clare Maddicott and Linda Edwards Collection

The Historical Collection


The Beatrix Potter Collection